Lets examine the statement

**0=0**

Considered the function

**Sin(X) / X**

So when

**X = 0**

then

**Sin(X) = Sin(0) = 0**

therefore

**Sin(X)/X = Sin(0)/0 = 0/0**

The solution of any division by zero is undefined.

But in the graph of the function sin(X)/X the value when X = 0, y is clearly = 1.

Not undefined. Therefor we may say the limit of function

sin(x)/x

as x approaches 0 is defined to be 1.

Is 0=0 always true in a sinusoidal algebra?

Playing with zero can be weird, as Newton gift demonstrated. is it even a number??"but where did that initial energy derive?"